Campus Address: Rockwell Hall 132C
Joy Guarino is an associate professor and the coordinator of dance, teaching studio technique, choreography, and dance theory courses. She is also the college’s faculty coordinator for service-learning. Guarino earned her M.F.A. from Temple University and holds a New York State Teacher’s Certification in Dance. She has combined her passion for dance and community welfare to develop courses, conduct research, and present internationally on kinesthetic learning, dance/movement integration, service-learning, and community engagement. As a practitioner and consultant in the arts-in-education profession, both personally and as a mentor for her students, she is committed to finding creative and practical ways of designing and implementing meaningful arts curricula for diverse populations. Her artistic scholarship accentuates the use of mixed media and audience participation and she has presented her choreography internationally. She enjoys working creatively with professionals, students, and community partners all over the world; achieving extensive knowledge and experience in the field.
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